If that's the case, then you already know that introducing others to mindfulness meditation is one of the most
impactful and meaningful contributions you can make to their lives.
And whether from your own personal experience or as a result of serving others, you know the tremendous health and wellness benefits that a meditation practice gives to people when they need it most.
But how do you gain the skill and the confidence to guide others in mindfulness meditation WITHOUT investing years of your life and often tens of thousands of dollars in deep, immersion training?
What practical options do you have? Until now, the answer has been basically none.
At Unified Mindfulness we recognize that people at all levels of experience and all stages of practice can become inspired to share what they know.
Maybe you had a particularly rewarding practice session and you want to tell your friend about it in the hopes that he or she will take an interest.
Maybe someone you love could really benefit from mindfulness but they probably won't be open to learning it from anyone except you.
Maybe you know how valuable it would be in your workplace but you don’t have the confidence to guide a group.
Maybe a client could really use it but you’re uncertain how to provide them with a clear practice.
Or maybe you just see room for improvement in your own practice and you want more clarity and support.
We believe that any reason for learning to teach is profoundly meaningful and deserves support.
Because when you learn how to effectively teach, you become a better student.